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that we're dealing with a monster, a hannibal lector. >> beautiful homes, mysterious murders. >> four of the victims were pound in a burlap type material. >> larson traces the trail of a serial killer still on the loose. >>> this is babylon, long island. it's an hour's drive away from manhattan and it's known for beautiful million dollar homes and secluded beaches. but that same isolation that people come here to seek, as of late, has been masking a darker element. in december policing on long island make a shocking discovery. >> i don't think it's a coincidence that four bodies ended up in this area. >> for the past couple of years, women kept disappearing on long island. now, police think they may know why. >> we could have a serial killer. >> we are dealing with a psychotic murderer. >> police still don't have answers, so we tried to get to the bottom of this eerie mystery. >> where are we going now, gus? >> gus, a man neighbors call the unofficial mayor of this community shows me around. >> that be the house. that's where it all began. >> he tells me about a night last may that br
: the family attorney -- >> that's how we know that we're dealing with a monster, a hannibal lecter, someone who's very bright and very calculating and very patient. >> reporter: in april, police find the remains of up to six more victims. they speculate about something truly horrifying. there may be more than one serial killer at work here. >> certainly the medical examiner is going to be looking at the possibility that shannon gilbert is one of the remains. >> there is no secret that we've been dumping bodies out here for decades. >> reporter: lou colombo is a retired officer from long island. he shows us how hard it is to search here. >> you can just look at it and know you literally cannot walk in from the roadway into this area. as a result, it lends itself to discarding a body, making it almost impossible to find. >> reporter: he says police have always known the area as a good place to get rid of a body and he explains why this will be a tough case to crack. in all fairness to nasa county police department, there aren't really hard and fast clues here, right? >> nothing. there's no ph
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